Towards a Critical Ecofeminist Theory
Maryse Helbert ()
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Maryse Helbert: University of Groningen
Chapter Chapter 2 in Women, Gender and Oil Exploitation, 2021, pp 11-45 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This chapter provides an overview of the literature on oil projects and women and introduces a new critical ecofeminist framework to conceptualise a gap in the literature and analysis regarding the gendered distribution of benefits and risks of oil projects.
Keywords: Ecofeminism; Dualistic thinking; Oppressive structures (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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